Construction Key Performance Indicators – Good for your health and that of your company.

Your customer left an angry voicemail late yesterday upset that their project is behind schedule and over budget. It’s now 3:00 AM and you wake up in a cold sweat, wondering what went wrong, trying to understand how Phil could...

/ December 10, 2010

Ring in the New Year with 2011 Construction Predictions and Trends

It’s that time of year again. Trim the tree, pass the eggnog and oh yeah, let’s make 2011 predictions for the construction industry! Gather ‘round kids, the hot cocoa is ready and the story is better than it’s been in...

/ December 10, 2010

Where is the construction industry headed in 2011?

Many people are looking forward to 2011, hoping the economy finally rebounds. It’s also the time of year we like to make predictions and reflect on the past year. To give you some insight on where we’ve been and where...

/ December 1, 2010

The mostly ups and fewer downs of buying used construction equipment

There’s no way around it. Construction equipment is an expensive but necessary expense for any contractor. Like any other essential tool, the only way a project will succeed is with the right equipment on the job site – but how...

/ October 12, 2010

Thoughts as the dust settles from the 2010 Viewpoint User Conference

The bittersweet reality that the 2010 User Conference has finally ended is starting to set in with the folks here in the Viewpoint office. Literally 12 months of planning and endless hours of preparation led to our biggest and arguably...

/ October 6, 2010

Top 10 reasons to attend the 2010 Viewpoint Construction Software User Conference.

With our user conference coming up in less than one week, I thought it might be the right time to take a page from the David Letterman playbook and offer up the Top 10 reasons to attend the 2010 Viewpoint Construction...

/ September 9, 2010